Long Lost Love

Dear fellow bloggers and readers, this poem is a collaboration effort with a dear friend and author Alien Poet

This is our third attempt at a collaborative poem together, the first one ‘The bountiful nature ’, the second ‘A letter from the battlefield‘  being welcomed and received so well by all. This time the topic was decided as ‘Mutual Break up’. Mutual or not breakups are tough. We have tried to reflect the pain and agony both the parties involved, goes through, in this poem. Hope you readers will like this collaboration too.


Long LostLove….A mutual breakup.


When there is nothing else to say,
I knew I could not ask you to stay,
This break up has been emotional and long,
But, don’t feel sorry, for you know I am strong.

Alien Poet:

Fate never wins over us,
Won the hurdles that hindered,
Some write stories to live,
We lived to write a story,
That to recite to our grandchildren.



Deep inside, somewhere it still hurt,
I guess we both knew we are growing apart,
When days went without your text,
Somewhere we knew what was coming next.

Alien Poet:

Remember, we not expected a cut,
What I am left without a heart,
I want to live with those memories,
Till you take another birth,
Let’s get hurt much like a tattoo,
To write to the world that we loved.


You were my heart and soul,
You always, made me happy and whole,
All things good comes to an end,
Even the most precious gift God send.


Author: anamikaisblogging

Uhmm! What do I say abt myself. Love to read, write, watch tons of movies and loves music. Educated enough to enlighten a few things to a few some who shows the interest to listen. This is me in a nutshell. Will let out little by little, like the cat out of the bag. Ok I think it's time to let out one more passion of mine, which I as much love as writing, and that is cooking. Trying out different new recipies with a slight variation added of mine makes my culinary skills a little adventurous cuisine.

137 thoughts on “Long Lost Love”

    1. Thank you so much Aquib from both AP and me for the appreciation. Yes brealups are bitter and we have tried to reflect how painful it is yet the acceptance that the relationship has reached it’s end makes the parting a bit less dramatic. Thank you for dropping by Aquib. Hope everything is good for you.

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    1. A big hearty thank you Shaikha from both AP and me for a perfect response. Yes we agree with you expressing breakups are painful but we have tried to express this feeling with as much sincerity as we can. Thank you for appreciating the effort.

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      1. Hello Anamika, Everything going well. Yeah its been long. I regularly check the post from your blog, sometimes your posts are little long enough to scare me :p due to that i left those for future reads.

        How are you doing Anamika. I wish everything fine 🙂

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      2. i can’t remember the exact post Anamika.

        I just launched the book in kindle, the number of readers are in small size, so getting the few positive reviews about book.

        Hope you doing great in Anamika’s Blog 🙂

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    1. naan thaan choose panninen…because ennoda Kaathalikal ellam ennai vitutu poitanga..rompa manasu odanju poyi iruken…antha virakthila thaan….oru girl namma kooda epadi senthu ipadi break up pathi eluthina epadi irukum nu nenachen…anamika done a good job…Thanks..so this title fully owned by me..she just acted what I asked to do..nandri Ana

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  1. Some| loves us. We care for the other Someone. That someone loves another Someone.
    If you thought this has a happy ending, you haven’t been paying attention.
    We often understimate the value of them who are easily available for us – All time.
    Aren’t we ????…….
    Actually this is a marvelous cycle of Love defoliation that spares none.
    Pay attention to your Some| and your life will be a fairy tale.
    Love isn’t a pit.
    Love is a ladder. Many who try to climb it fail, and never get to try again. The fall breaks them. And some are given a chance to climb; they cling to the real or the gods or love.
    Love resides where you believe it resides. It’s a trick; a shadow on the wall.
    All good things do come to an end except Goodness preservered in our heart . Use this as a Projector and then
    Thou shall See
    Everything and Everyone is Marvellous in someway or other.

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    1. Oh God! Making you emotional was not the part of the plan at all. But guess what if this poem has touched you that deep then hope we have conveyed the pain of a breakup with utmost sincerity. Thank you from both of us for such haunting words Ashish…Take care…

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  2. This is really deep thoughts to be felt. Bringing emotions to words is a tough job. I could sense the emotions in your words. Great job Anamika and Alien writer ✌

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    1. Hey, its been a long time Gideon. Thank you so much for the appreciation, it’s a collaborative effort Gideon…and Alien Poet has done a tremendous job too. Yes breakup can be painful and I am glad you read it till the end. Thank you once again

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      1. Oh yes! Just click on his name in the introduction para above the poem. It straight takes you to his blog. He is a much senior blogger and has been blogging for many a good years now and has lots of post you might enjoy going through.

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  3. An agonizing feeling there… You know Anamika and Sigmund, parting ways is like taking out shadow from one’s body…irresistible. The way you’ve wrote ‘Lets get hurt much like a tattoo’ omg that’s heart wrenching…literally gave me goosebumps..
    You know I have a few friends with whom I need to have a talk eve day in-order to speak out my shit and listen to their life and there have been days where as you said there’s hardly a text and it’s so edgy and you just feel knocking their door and speaking it all out…brilliant as usual Anamika ji… aaise he roshni failate rahiye..

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    1. Thank you so much Piyush…for such a well explained response. .‘Lets get hurt much like a tattoo’ …this line’s credit totally goes to AP. He very artistically wrote it. Yes some situations can be tough..and glad you have listening ears and you lend listening ears too for those in need. Glad you came by Piyush.

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  4. There is a typographic error in the spelling of second.

    Anamika, you lines where great…
    The other poet too… Only that you spoke in breakup terms, while he wasn’t sure of what goes next.. Lovely poem

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  5. That was very nice. Two different style, coming together to talk about separation. One heavy with forecast of hidden pain while other hurting but open to think about it in and as past experience. Two different generations of thoughts, one frank but festering and other hurting but in the learning curve.

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  6. Lovely poem Anamika, touched my soul. I too had a past with someone who shared the same name. Could relate to every word every painful pause. Kya baat hai!

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      1. Yes dear her name is Anamika; We so wanted to be together and I needed time however her parents wanted her not to waste it, waiting. Anyways you know what, she too took to writing after her marriage. She writes blogs. I do read them and the best part is we are still talking and in good terms. I am thankful to the almighty for this at least. Not every relationship ends on a good note and people often lose contact with each other as it is painful.

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      2. Indeed it is a happy feeling to be still in touch with someone you loved so dearly. And it’s a blessing to be on a friendly terms too. Happy endings are not everyone I agree but we remain happy with each other is definitely in our hands. Appreciate the time you took to share your beautiful transition. May you remain happy and may God bless you always. Take care of yourself Pratik…


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